SHS Spartan News

Week of May 10th, 2021

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Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mothers Day to all of the spartan moms and motherly figures out there!

NGSA State Science Test Monday, May 10th

On Monday, May 10th ALL 11th grade students mUST ARRIVE TO SCHOOL BY 7:45 am in order to participate in state science testing.

All seniors who have been identified as falling behind with their senior project MUST attend school on Monday

Students in grades 9, 10, and seniors who are proficient with their senior project will remain home Monday for a distant learning day with no live meets. Students will work independently

No School Students May 13th and May 17th

Students will have no school on Thursday, May 13th due to a religious holiday. District teachers will be in school participating in a professional development day.

May 17th is a state professional development day and our Senior Project Presentations.

All students in grades 9-11 will have a distant learning day and will not join live meets

2021 Final Exams Canceled

Our admin team, teachers, department chairs, and select students met and we have decided to cancel this year's final exams for all students. Based student current grades, we feel that the formal exam process may bring down more student's final grades rather than help.

Below is a plan for the remainder of the school year.

SHS Learning Plan June 2021

Summer Credit Recovery Survey

Big Day at Scituate High School!

On Friday, May 7th Governor Mckee, Lutinetenant Governor Matos, Comissionser Infante- Green, and Deputy Commissioner Riley visited Scituate High School in order to see our town vaccination clinic. Everyone was welcomed by students from our career and technical education courses, as well as our AP Government class and Ms. Grundt! A special thank you to Cheyenne Cazeault, Policy Advisor to the Government and Scituate High School alumni!

Senior Joey Del Santo Featured on Twitter!

During the Commissioner visit on Friday, Commissioner Infante Green asked if Joey would be willing to sing a song for teacher appreciation. His performance is below! Good work Joey!

Congratulations Mrs. Roberge!

Mrs. Roberge is a National Finalist for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) At the State level, coordinators convene selection committees, which include prominent mathematicians, scientists, mathematics/science education researchers, district level personnel, and classroom teachers. These committees select up to three finalists from each award category (mathematics or science) for recognition at the state level and forward these applications to NSF for national review.

We are so proud of Mrs. Roberge and can't wait to hear if she wins the National Award!

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From Social Sciences

USI classes went on a virtual field trip of the Museum of Work and Culture in Woonsocket. They “traveled” from exhibit to exhibit witnessing the migration of French Canadians into the textile factory towns of Rhode Island. The transition from farming to factory work was a major factor in the way the new Americans acclimated to city life in the United States

From ELA

The English department extends congratulations and best wishes to Miss DeLeo, who finished up her student teaching with Mrs. Stormont and three classes of freshmen this week. We all enjoyed Miss DeLeo's time with us and know she's going to be a great teacher!

Academy of Biomedical Science and HOSA Club

Students Amanda Parker, Celina Pimentel, and Julienne Racine are working on a HOSA project which aims to spread awareness about getting the appropriate amount of physical activity. To do this our students created an app and is only available on android devices. Please visit their self made website below if you do not own an android device.

Human Body Systems

Students enrolled in Human Body Systems are manipulating cow elbows to visualize the function of tendons, ligaments and bones all working together in order to form a synovial joint.
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Biomedical Innovations

Students in Biomedical Innovations prepare a lab exercise involving dose response. The lab tests several common substances to determine if they could be considered toxic at different concentrations. The substances used were diet cola, an energy drink, black coffee, hand sanitizer, and deodorant.

AP Exams This Week!


  • AP testing begins this week. All AP Students and families MUST review the AP Exam Policies before their first exam. There is also additional testing information here.
  • The College Board takes test security and cheating seriously and will cancel the exam score of any student suspected of cheating.
  • Students must report promptly to the exam location listed below or will be unable to take their exam.
  • Students must turn in cell phones and smartwatches to the exam proctor and will be returned when students are dismissed from testing.
  • Students must bring two #2 pencils (mechanical pencils are not allowed, unfortunately), two black or dark blue pens, and an approved calculator for AP Calculus).
  • Reminder, students and families should still follow the SHS early dismissal policies as outline in the student handbook.
  • If you have additional questions, please contact the AP Coordinator, Ms. Monaghan via email:

AP Exam Schedule

5/12 AP Language report to the library for 7:35am

5/17 AP CSP report to the MS Cafeteria for 7:35am (students should arrange for a ride home, exam should be over approximately at 10:30am)

5/24 AP Calculus report to the library for 7:35am

Student Council Fundraiser

The Student Council is selling sweatshirts for $35 each. Sweatshirts can be purchased via the Google Form attached and payment in the form of cash or check made out to Scituate High School, with "Student Council Sweatshirts" in the memo line, may be dropped off in the High School Office. The last day to order sweatshirts is May 21st!

Thank you,

Joey Del Santo

Scituate High School '21
Student Council President

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In-Person Reminders

  • Families must complete the daily attestation form which will be text messaged each morning and is found on our school website
  • Mute video when on a meet in the building
  • Follow one way hallways
  • Sanitize any shared objects such as desks
  • Sit six feet apart when possible or three feet when needed
  • Sit in a seat as directed by the teacher each class
  • When at lunch and only 2 at a picnic table
  • All in-person students must complete the lunch survey for contact tracing
  • Doors open no sooner than 7:35 AM and class begins at 7:45 AM
  • If you need a break, drink, ect. Just ask your teacher to go into the hall
  • If you are not feeling well or need to quarantine, you need to tell the school! Call 647-4120 and your teachers will be notified that you will temporarily distant learn.

Students Displaying any Symptoms

As we enter one whole year since we left the school and started distant learning, we certainly have come a long way. With that said, we are seeing so many hopeful steps including vaccinations throughout the state.

Unfortunately, we are not at the end of the pandemic yet. We are asking that students and parents continue to pay close attention to any symptoms before attending school or a practice/game.

If any student is experiencing symptoms, they should err on the side of caution and stay home. If you are on one of our teams and there is a positive COVID-19 case, the entire team will be under quarantine. Please stay home and get tested if needed. If a student tests positive and was in school, we ask that parents contact the school so that we can get a "head start" on any contact tracing.

Thank you for your anticipated partnership

From National and RI Honor Society

Our Induction Ceremony will occur THIS Wednesday, May 12th at 6:00 PM.

The NHS/RIHS IN PERSON induction ceremony will be held May 12, starting at 6 pm, in the high school auditorium.

All senior members of NHS, new junior inductees, and senior inductees of RIHS must visit the NHS/RIHS google classroom and complete the official sign up form if you want to attend the ceremony.

The form also asks you to name the 2 guests who will attend the ceremony.

All NHS and RIHS students have been asked to complete a slide in the google classroom. Any member who has not done so will not appear in the slideshow that will be published to school social media.

Please contact NHS/RIHS advisor Mrs. Stormont if you have any questions.

2021 Plant Sale

2021 Scituate Middle School & High School Plant Sale

Saturday May 8th


Saturday May 15th

8:30 - 12:30

Draft SHS End of Year Events

Please click below to view our event list from now through June. The list will be updated weekly and will be subject to change. Any changes will be communicated to all!

Coach Feeney Memorial Golf Tournament

Craig Feeney Memorial Golf Tournament scheduled for May 16th. Please feel free to share!

Prom Sign Up Extended ONe More Day!

Prom Update May 21st: Seniors MUST complete the prom sign up form by 4:00 PM Monday, May 10th. Payment can be brought to the high school office by Friday, May 14th and checks can be made out to Scituate High School

Graduation 2021

We are looking forward to our 2021 Commencement Ceremony! A graduation plan and sign up form will be emailed to all seniors and their parents this week. The plan is to hold the graduation ceremony on Caito Football field on June 11th with a rain date of June 12th

MUCH more info coming this week!

Senior Lawn Sign

The School District has purchased Scituate 2021 lawn signs for each graduating senior. Please come to the school during normal school hours to pick yours up if you have not done so already!

Looking for a Prom Dress?

Excited for prom but don’t want to spend all that money on a dress? Come visit Mrs.Burmeister’s prom dress thrift shop!

Located inside her office are tons of gowns worn once or never worn at all and jewelry to match! Stop by Mondays, Tuesdays, or Fridays or email Mrs. Burmeister if interested! All gowns and accessories are free to Scituate students!

Senior Awards Night May 18th 6:00 PM

If you have received an award or honor, please let us know by completing the form below so we can regogixe you at our awards night!

Scituate Schools now providing BINAX COVID-19 Testing to Student Athletes and Staff

COVID-19 Testing for students athletes and SHS staff will continue. Please see the updated parent/student letter and the new link to signup for a timeslot. Thank you!

BINAX Consent Form

Parents only need to email this form once

COVID-19 Daily Screener

Our parent screener can be found on our high school website. Visit and go to the tab, Students & Parents and click "Parent/Guardian Attestation Form"

From School Counseling

2020-2021 Scholarship List

Please view our scholarship link. The spreadsheet will be updated on a weekly basis

From our GSA Club

If you are interested in being an LGBTQIAP+ ally please check this out:

Here is the shirt designed by the GSA, Gender and Sexuality Alliance. This is not a fundraiser, just a show of support and promotion of awareness.

Thanks for looking!

Spartan Athletics

Student Athletes should sign up for a BINAX test on Thursday, May 13th. See consent and sign up form above in this newsletter.

As always feel free to contact me with any issues or concerns.

Sal Gelsomino
Athletic Director Scituate High School
(401) 226-1359

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Girls Lacrosse

The girls lacrosse team started their season off strong with a 15-2 win against North Providence High School! Goals were scored by Ella Bailey, Mia Clancy, Grace Detri, Bella O’Brien, Sophie Pedro, Mia Piccolo, and Madison Roy. Great work, Lady Spartans!!
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Thank you Athletics Boosters for celebrating our teachers!

Thanks to Jackie Laplante and Danielle Fians!

The Scituate Booster Club couldn’t MASK our appreciation for the best QUARAN-TEACHERS EVER! They would have been going the DISTANCE all year!

Shout out to Moose Trackers Ice Cream & Confections

for opening up early so we could bring teachers the most delicious coffee and homemade fudge ever!

Congratulations to our SPARTY ON sweatshirt raffle winners - Diane Ficocelli and Cara Campbell

Summer Athletic Camps

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Attention Senior Cheerleaders

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Consider Unified Basketball!

Join Scituate's Unified Basketball team for a great experience! Practices are after school on Monday's and games on Wednesday's. The practice is Monday, May 3rd.

The site to register is: No experience needed, come join for the fun!

Visit Scituate High School's Website!

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Visit our Athletic Website


The Scituate School Department has released an updated non-discrimination policy. Please note that our Scituate High School 2018-2019 student and parent handbook was printed before the new statement was released. Therefore, the non-discrimination policy in this year's handbook is out of date. The current policy with updates is as follows:

The Scituate School Department does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, religion, national origin, color, creed, political affiliation or disability in any of its educational programs and activities, and in employment and application for employment, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and other federal and state laws that prohibit discrimination. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Equal Employment Officer, P.O. Box 188, North Scituate, Rhode Island 02857, Telephone: (401) 647-4100; Email: You may also direct inquiries directly to: Office for Civil Rights (Boston Office), U.S. Department of Education, 8th Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109-3921, Telephone: (617) 289-0111; Facsimile: (617) 289-0150; Email: If you require an accommodation to attend a meeting or program at a school, call the Equal Employment Officer at least two business days in advance of the meeting or program.